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A new port has been officially opened in the self-declared republic of Somaliland which should help boost exports between the Horn of Africa and the Gulf Region.

The container port is also potentially of huge benefit to land-locked Ethiopia, which is currently reliant on Djibouti for shipping its exports and imports.

Last month the Addis Ababa government and Dubai’s DP World – one of the world’s largest port operators – agreed a $1bn (£720m) deal to create a trade and logistics corridor between Ethiopia and Berbera.

President Muse Bihi Abdi of Somaliland tweeted about the new port:

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